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Management of the Mis-mating and Medical Termination of Pregnancy in bitches

  The effervescent, affectionate and friendly attitude of female than the male dogs has made them most likable to pet owners. But even though the owners have a preference for female dogs as pets, they are averse to the idea

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Transition Mismanagement Compromises Production Potential of Dairy Animals.

  Transition period and its importance Transition period is defined as the four weeks prior and post calving, and is most crucial period in productive cycle of dairy cows, characterized by greatly disturbing the homeostasis and manifests in increased risk

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Scope for private veterinarians in India

Dr Miftahul Islam Barbaruah Director, Vet Helpline India Pvt Ltd.  I had a recent opportunity to prepare a report on global veterinary workforce. Some very interesting statistics attracted my attention. During 2015, USA reported to World Organization for Animal Health

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Postmortem diagnosis and field veterinarians in India

There is a saying that “Postmortem examination is an art of disease diagnosis and the information we get is the message from the dead to the living”. Examination of the dead body by systemic dissection, recording of gross pathological lesions,

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Veterinary medicine and animal keeping in ancients India

By R Somvanshi Abstract Domestication of dogs, buffaloes , elephants, and fowls occurred in India between 6000 and 4500 BC. Strong archaeological evidence is available for existence of an advanced civilization in Mohenjo-daro, Harappa (now in Pakistan) and certain other

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